Bradley Locke, Chief Technology Officer, Bluestone Servicing is participating in a roundtable discussion at the 10th Anniversary Banking Technology Summit 2011 (Banktech) to be held on the 6th and 7th July at the Sydney Harbour Marriott, and is extending an invitation to you to register for the event. (Special discounted rates apply for financial institutions).
The discussion Bradley is a part of will cover - How technology can support and drive customer experience and in its turn spur innovation and revenue growth.
Rapid uptake of online and mobile banking, higher demand for systemic stability and new banking regulation puts pressure on margins. Reliable banking platforms, efficiency improvements, innovation and speed to market are of key importance. Find out what your peers are doing to secure growth and competitive advantage at Banktech 2011!
Featuring International Contributions from:
Arif Siddiqui, Chief Information Officer, Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia
Bohdan Szymanik, Chief Technology Officer, Kiwibank New Zealand
Gabriel Sallah, Solution Architect Global Markets, Group Technology and Operations, Standard Chartered Bank Singapore
Andreas Tilch, Manager Technology Business Risk & Information Security South East Asia, ANZ Singapore,
And more than 30 national banking presentations - Plus 4 In-Depth Streams.
This premier annual banking technology event, will bring together CIOs, CTOs and COOs from leading financial organisations to identify how technology can assist in driving revenue growth and profitability within their businesses. Since launching in 2000, the Banking Technology Summit has developed into a leading industry focused event that draws together a delegation of senior executives from across the banking industry.
Banktech 2011 will deliver all the do’s and don’ts for this developing marketplace, as well as put you in direct contact with the industry policy makers and business heads.
Register now by booking online or by calling 02 9080 4307 (Remember special discounted rates apply for financial institutions).